C# / RAD Developer

C# / RAD Developer

Whitehall Resources require a C# / RAD Developer to work with a client based in London.

Key Responsibilities:
* Work as a business aligned RAD developer in our front office Technology team.
* Work on the enhancement and maintenance of the RAD FO reporting, market data contribution, risk and PnL framework.
* In addition, develop within the Quant Research C# Reporting and python batch frameworks.
* Use Rapid Application Development techniques for quick turn-around of high-profile projects.
* Develop tools for the Credit and Prime Solutions and Financing Trading desks within the Fixed Income Division of bank.

Skills and Experience:
* Previous experience of front-office risk and PnL support and development.
* Good understanding of Fixed Income products.
* Good knowledge of C#, Excel / VBA, Python, C++, SQL (SQL Server, Oracle) and HTML/CSS/XLST.
* Candidates with proven experience should also have had good exposure to Derivatives, ideally in a front-office facing role, and an in-depth understanding of the business.

Competencies:
* Solid grasp of .NET C#, with a good knowledge of its ecosystem.
* Highly motivated to work directly for a front-office IT team.
* Proactive and flexible approach to dealing with challenges.
* Strong communication and analytical skills – able to work with trading desks, business management, Quantitative Research and IT teams to build and deliver solutions.
* Analytical Skills – ability to follow complex quantitative concepts.
* Able to work independently and deliver when under pressure and time constraints.
* Acts with discipline.

Conduct:
* Be a role model, supporting and fostering a culture of good conduct.
* Demonstrate proactivity, transparency and accountability for identifying and managing conduct risks.
* Consider the implications of your actions on colleagues, partners and clients before making decisions, and escalate issues to your manager when unsure.


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